WolverineNation surveyed 19 departing football players to get their thoughts on their coaches, the community and what Michigan meant to them.
WolverineNation surveyed 19 departing football players to get their thoughts on breakout players for 2013, redshirts to watch and if they had any regrets about their careers.
Jordan Kovacs' rise from walk on to contributor to starter to captain is one that will live in Michigan football lore.
Kenny Demens was right in the middle of one of the worst defenses in Michigan history then watched Brady Hoke and Greg Mattison turn the unit around.
J.T. Floyd did everythini he could to prepare his teammates in the secondary for the Outback Bowl, but he had a hard time not making the trip.
Former Michigan defensive end Craig Roh played at several spots in several schemes, but the end result is he leaves Michigan as the all-time leader in consecutive starts.
Ricky Barnum arrived at Michigan as the No. 4 guard in the class of 2008, but it still took him three years before he became a starter.
Former Michigan defensive tackle Will Campbell finally lived up to his potential in his senior season after admittedly being "lazy" when he came to Ann Arbor.
Elliott Mealer arrived at Michigan after being in a car accident in which his father and his girlfriend were killed. The next five years didn't go as planned, but Mealer perservered.
Former walk-on Nathan Brink had emerged as a rotation player on the defensive eline and even had earned a scholarship before one last concussion forced him to walk away.
Offensive guard Patrick Omameh was committed to play at Cincinnati before a late switch to Michigan that worked out for him and the Wolverines.
Wide receiver Roy Roundtree saw his numbers dip severely when Brady Hoke came aboard, but he kept his head up, remained a team leader and still made his fair share of big plays.
Michael Rothstein writes in his Front Four keys to the game that Michigan's best chance to beat Ohio State is to make Braxton Miller one-dimensional.
Michael Rothstein writes in his Front Four keys to the game that Michigan must control its emotions, make Iowa one-dimensional and win one for Denard.
Michael Rothstein writes in his Front Four keys to the game that Michigan's offensive gameplan will change dramatically depending on who starts at quarterback.
WolverineNation's Michael Rothstein projects the 2013 starting lineup.